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Synonyms for accessible

being within easy reach

easily approached

Synonyms for accessible

capable of being reached

capable of being read with comprehension

easily obtained

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easy to get along with or talk to

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In this collection of essays, Farmer discusses forcefully and accessibly the ways in which imperialism crushes human rights while imposing a fraudulent language of human rights in which the basic right to live in dignity and without want is simply ignored for most of the world's citizens.
Patrick Pretot generously and accessibly treats Chauvet's contribution to the development of sacramental theology from Casel to the postmodern world.
"Having care accessibly located at the work site allows employees to build a trusted, face-to-face relationship with both their clinicians and pharmacists, providing an opportunity to engage in a dialogue about their condition and treatment plan and, ultimately, promote patient adherence through education and communication."
He treats the deepest issues conversationally and accessibly, recounting his efforts to persuade the physics community to appreciate the crisis that Stephen Hawking's work on black holes had created.
The authors provide us with the answers, precisely and accessibly. One by one, they break down such noxious substances as PFCs, phthalates, perchloroethylene, and formaldehyde, and explain what each one is and what threats it poses, what items contain these poisons, and how they interact with our bodies and affect our well-being.
The emphasis is not so much on innovation but more modestly on putting together some good ideas, concisely and accessibly.
Siller' s leadership role with a variety of nationally recognized education projects, including the AFB Textbooks and Instructional Materials Solutions Forum; the National Instructional Materials Accessibly Standard (NIMAS); the National Agenda for the Education of Children and Youths with Visual Impairments, Including Those with Multiple Disabilities; and the AFB and Verizon National Campaign for Literacy, Textbooks, Transcribers and Technology.
Expertly compiled, accessibly organized and deftly edited by Jennifer L.
Introducing readers to a collective survey study drawn from historical writers, philosophers, artists, and scholars, Searching For Mary Magdalene accessibly presents a concise and intricate descriptive analysis of Magdalene based upon the many known resources.
The new 542 Logistics vertical lift door from CRAWFORD HAFA LTD has been designed with self supporting track fixings, which reduce the overall height to one metre above the door and allow the springs to be located more accessibly for servicing and maintenance.
Positive Options For Colorectal Cancer: Self-Help And Treatment by colorectal cancer survivor Carol Ann Larson accessibly and understandably explains just how to cope with the disease and obtain the best treatments that modern medicine has to offer.
Written by Sara Pistoia (an experienced classroom teacher), each volume is enhanced with full-color photos accessibly illustrating intangible concepts.
In this rigorous, but accessibly written guide, he brings a deep knowledge of traditional public policy, and the complex institutional systems around it, together with a close understanding of current sustainability issues.
Yet there is something about his geekish absorption in improvised machinery and fascination with intricate repetition that marks him as properly (if accessibly) eccentric.
Key Concepts in Psychoanalysis accessibly introduces the core psychoanalytic concepts.
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